Migraine : a history
|目次||Introduction : programmed in?
The "beating of hammers" : classical and medieval approaches to hemicrania
"Take housleeke, and garden wormes" : migraine medicine in the early modern household
A "deadly tormenting megrym" : expanding markets and changing meanings
"The pain was very much relieved and she slept" : gender and patienthood in the nineteenth-century
"As sharp as if drawn with compasses" : Victorian vision, men of science and the making of modern migraine
"A shower of phosphenes" : twentieth-century stories and the medical uses of history
"Happy hunting ground" : conceptual fragmentation and medication in the
"If I could harness pain" : the migraine art competitions, 1980-7.
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